Counting to Infinity

By Christina Bencin I remember that sunny Saturday afternoon. The bright light articulating the green leaves canopying the windows, the smell of the freshly mowed lawn, the taste of the warm, gooey peanut butter and jelly goodness, the sound of the children playing in the empty streets. I was sitting at the kitchen table, about…

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Mini Apple Pies!

By Sam Boyce Apple pie, one of the classic holiday dishes. But, a whole apple pie can be a hassle for the days after you buy it. This recipe from Live Well, Bake Often is my favorite for the taste of apple pie, but not the hassle.  INGREDIENTS: 2 pie crusts homemade or store-bought 2…

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Thanksgiving

By Julia Kubic With Thanksgiving right around the corner, there’s a lot to look forward to. Spending time with family and friends, Thanksgiving break, and most importantly: the food. Which brings us to: What Thanksgiving foods and desserts do Blazers like the best? For the food category, the winner was… mashed potatoes! The runner up…

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New Hathaway Brown Bells?

By Madeleine Burke There has been a new and recent adaptation to Hathaway Brown school life! The adaptation of a new bell to separate classes. This is a very new and recent change for the students, these new bells have special features that the old bells may not have had. For instance, these new bells…

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Cinnamon Croissant

By Carolyn Jiang The cinnamon croissant from the Hathcaff is probably one of the best things I have ever had. It is a combination that I never knew that I needed. It is as if a cinnamon roll and a croissant had a magical baby. I always enjoy rushing out of English class at the…

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Seven Different Hot Chocolate Recipes

By Abby Gemechu As the winter season approaches and the weather continues to get chillier, we have all been searching for ways to keep warm, one of them being indulging in decadent winter drinks. My personal favorite of these tasty treats is hot chocolate. One of the most beloved winter beverages, hot chocolate is typically…

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The Dress Code, an Interview with Ms. Day

By Grace Gilson The dress code has become a prominent consideration in the 2021-2022 school year. During the previous year, the dress code was relaxed, A LOT, because the main concern was making certain that Upper Schoolers wore masks correctly. But, at the start of the 21-22 year, it became important again in an attempt…

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The Cold Months

By Ally Hudson Many people find winter to be a sad and lonely time, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Whether you feel isolated or just cold, there are numerous ways to make your wintertime better. Here are a few activities that you can do to bring some joy to your life. Winter…

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Interview with Ms. Owsiany

We, Emily and Noel, interviewed Ms. Owsiany, one of our new Penn fellows, to get to know her better! Here is a transcript of our conversation (portions cut for length):  Emily: How has teaching at HB been so far? How have you enjoyed it? Ms. Owsiany: Oh, it’s been lovely! It’s been wonderful! I think—my…

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Starbucks Holiday Drinks

By Ayden Magence For the past few weeks, I (and some of my friends) have been trying Starbucks holiday drinks and rating them. After about three weeks these are all the holiday drinks I could try and if I recommend them or not: Sugar Cookie Almond Milk Latte –  Rating: 5/10 Description: It’s ok. However,…

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